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Responding to a double-click event on a ListBox

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Is there any way I can respond to a double-click on a ListBox item?

If there's no ASP.NET way, is there an easy way to use JavaScript to do it?  (That is, causing a double-click to trigger an ASP.NET event).
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You can use the "ondblclick" Javascript event handler.  E.g. Add ondblclick="myFunction();" to your server control tag.  There is no server-side event for double-click in ASP.NET.

See this PAQ for one of the most common ways to force a PostBack from Javascript code:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Dot_Net/Q_20716860.html
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Thanks.  Between those two links (and others) I managed to do it.  Let's hope ASP.NET 2.0 comes soon and puts an end to all this nonsense. :)
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